Why is Vitamin D3 important?
Your life, and living life to its fullest are important. Vitamin D has both healing and restorative strengths that will not only enhance your life, but also give it longevity. At the optimal dose, you will sleep better, have more energy and less food cravings, be healthier, and be able to fight well against a wide array of diseases that are thought to be long-term or terminal. Take steps and learn more about how you can improve your life by reading Optimal Dose: How the Power of Vitamin D3 Can Restore Your Health.
Mission of The Optimal Dose: Restore Your Health With the Power of Vitamin D3
The mission of Dr. Judson Somerville in publishing his book is to help people move to a well-rounded, healthy lifestyle by taking the simple step of increasing their daily dose of Vitamin D3.
With his recommended dosage, within six months, Dr. Somerville expects readers to be sleeping better, have experienced fewer or no bouts of virus-borne illness; if diagnosed with cancer, MS, Diabetes or other lifelong disease – to be in remission or in better position to fight it; and be closer to their weight for body size than when they started.
Dr. Somerville wants to assist not only those who are ill or recovering from illness, but those who are vigorous and fit now and want to maintain that good health. In addition, he wants to help those individuals’ children and parents to be on a healthy track too.
As a medical doctor, Dr. Somerville has treated thousands of patients successfully with Vitamin D3, including himself. How he aids them is described in his soon to be published book The Optimal Dose: Restore Your Health With the Power of Vitamin D3.
Those who have followed his regimen of Optimal Dosing of Vitamin D3 sleep like a baby, do not experience illness and quickly have more energy than they thought possible.
About Dr. Judson Jeffrey Somerville
Dr. Judson Somerville is a seventh generation Texan currently residing in Laredo, Texas. After graduating with a chemical engineering degree from The University of Texas, he completed his doctorate at McGovern Medical School in 1988. He began his residency training at The University of Massachusetts Medical Center in general surgery, and after two years he switched to anesthesiology.
In 1994 he began a private practice of anesthesiology in Laredo, Texas, with an emphasis on pain management, and opened The Pain Management Clinic of Laredo in 1995. He soon published in numerous publications and became an expert in that field, spending the next 23 years helping people cope with their chronic pain.
While in his anesthesiology residency training in 1990, he was involved in a severe bicycle accident that resulted in him becoming paraplegic and wheelchair bound. He was the first person to suffer such an injury and to complete the rigorous training of medical residency. He has encountered many challenges since then, and those trials have led him to having a unique capability, as both a patient and physician, to empathize with patients under his care, to understand their encounters on both a professional and personal level, and to be able to offer sound advice.
He has been an unwavering advocate for many issues including patients’ rights, stem cell research and the healing benefits of vitamin D3. These interests have led him to write his first book, Optimal Dose. This book is about the life-changing properties of the humble substance called vitamin D3 and its effects when used at optimal doses.
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